Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome:

The sacroiliac joints are comprised of the triangular sacrum (at the base of the spine) and the right and left ilia, which together form the pelvis. The SI joints lie under the �dimples� at the base of the low back. They are held together by strong ligaments and typically have little motion, although they can become �stuck� or fixated, or at times hypermobile (too loose) such as during pregnancy. SI joint pain can mimic other types of low back conditions. Your chiropractor will perform various orthopedic and other tests to determine if you are suffering from SI joint syndrome.

The following are examples of common causes of back pain.

1.) Bulging Disc: Click to see 3DRX Video

2.) Disc Decompression: Click to see 3DRX Video

3.) Degenerative Disc Disease: Click to see 3DRX Video

4.) Sciatica Click to see 3DRX Video

5.) Spinal Stenosis: Click to see 3DRX Video

6.) Facet Syndrome: Click to see 3DRX Video

7.) Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome: Click to see 3DRX Video


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